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English edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents
forthcoming
Critical perspectives.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents
forthcoming

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
forthcoming
The complete Sun Paintings.

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JRP|Ringier – Monographs
forthcoming
The complete Horizon Paintings.

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
forthcoming
The complete Landscape Paintings.

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Nieves
The American illustrator's new series, field with characters that operate in a kind of abstract epic or post-Columbian codex that blurs pure myth and daily life. Leines' output reflects the 80's pop culture, modern art and a global range of graphic influences.

English edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents
This reader brings together American and French scholars to discuss the recent paradigmatic shifts from anthropocentric theories toward new models of realism, objectivity, and even metaphysics, occurring in the realm of contemporary art and philosophy—with the school of thought called New Existentialism as a guiding topic.

English edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents

English edition
Bomb
Interviews with Lynda Benglis, Roe Ethridge, Becca Blackwell, Antonio Campos & Robert Greene, Angie Keefer & Liz Magic Laser, Laura Kurgan, Michael Palmer & Rosmarie Waldrop, China Miéville, “artists on artists” section with Aki Sasamoto by David Everitt Howe, Jibade Khalil-Huffman by Thom Donovan, Ellen Cantor by Nicola Tyson, featuring fictions by Maria Fusco and Thalia Field, poetry, portfolios, reviews, and more.

English edition
Bomb
Interviews with Steffani Jemison, Amitav Ghosh & Curt Stager, Ron Athey, Stephin Merritt, Rita Ackermann, Bryan Hunt, David Levine, Hari Kunzru & Sjón, George Saunders, portfolio by Su Hui, novel excerpts by Mathias Énard, João Gilberto Noll, and Andrew E. Colarusso, poetry, comic book artist Austin English, reviews, and more.

English edition
Bomb
A special issue dedicated to John Giorno, in the framework of Ugo Rondinone's exhibition “I Love John Giorno” in New York.

English edition
Bomb
Interviews with Amit Dutta, Lisa Sanditz, Nina Katchadourian, Anoka Faruqee & Michelle Grabner, Suzanne Bocanegra, Adrienne Truscott, Marcus Steinweg, Mike Wallace, Lucy Ives; portfolio by Renee Gladman; a text by Kristen Gleason, the winner of BOMB's 2017 Fiction Contest; an essay by Jennifer Kabat; Édouard Louis's “New York diary”; books and shows reviews, and more.

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
This monograph dedicated to Wyatt Kahn encompasses his painting production from 2011 to 2017, and introduces his recent exploration of photography.

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
New monograph.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
Catalogue spanning the last ten years of works by the American painter whose practice revolves around linguistic issues and reflexive material practices in art. The publication includes texts by artists, curators and scholars, documentation of the exhibition at the Blaffer Art Museum by a group of local high-school students and a magazine dedicated to Rayne's 2013 book-object Almanac.

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
The second of a four-chapter publication series by Rondinone, Golden Days & Silver Nights documents a cycle of works recently made by the artist in Rome: the installation of white olive trees's mouldings among the ruins of the Trajan Forum, and the exhibition “Vocabulary of Solitude” at the MACRO Museum, where sculptures of forty-five clowns were accompanied by a multitude of rainbow drawings.

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
The first of a four-chapter publication series by Ugo Rondinone, this catalogue documents the installation Vocabulary of Solitude—an arrangement of his works inspired by the color spectrum. The centerpiece comprises forty-five life-size sculptures of passive and contemplative clowns, who together describe the anguish of human solitude.

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Nero
This publication, edited by Enzo Cucchi, gathers drawings by Alex Katz and words by his son Vincent. It is a project that takes shape through the intimate relationship between the three subjects.

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Nero
A B BC is an artist book by Sven Sachsalber which collects 150 collages made in the last five years out of the notorious Artforum's back advertising covers of Bruno Bischofberger Gallery.

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Petzel
This catalogue brings together works and archival material from Lassnig's New York days. Along with her paintings, watercolors and drawings, the publication gathers documenation on animated films she created in collaboration with the Women/Artists/Filmmakers, Inc. group. It also includes a text by Elisabeth Bronfen, “A Mysterious Point of Certainty: Maria Lassnig's Body-Awareness Painting.”

English edition
Petzel
This catalogue brings together a selection of early paintings by the american artist, accompanied by an essay illustrated with archival images.

English edition
Nahmad Contemporary
This catalogue traces the trajectory of Warhol's influence on the work of Wool and Guyton. The innovative print processes deployed by the artists operate as conceptual fibers unifying the diversity of paintings oscillating between abstraction and representation. With an essay by Glenn O'Brien.

Údition bilingue (anglais / portugais)
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
Invited to forge a dialogue with the unique context of the Art Deco building of the Serralves Villa in Porto, American artist Nick Mauss created works that reflect an encounter with the social and private choreographies of the formerly grand and domestic spaces of the Villa. The catalogue includes an essay by the American author and poet, Lucy Ives and an interview with Nick Mauss, conducted by João Ribas, the exhibition's curator.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Anarchive
Three-volume box set dedicated to Peter Campus's work, one of the most important pioneers of video art (Catalogue of the first monographic exhibition of the artist in France at Jeu de Paume; facsimile of an out of print exhibition catalogue from 1974; Augmented Reality book including all Campus's work since 1971).

bilingual edition (English / French)
Jeu de Paume
Catalogue dedicated to a video project on the practice of gospel mime within the African-American church. This subject is an opportunity for Jemison to express her interest in language and gesture, and on the discursive dimension of African American culture.

Song Cycle Records
A collection of rare free-jazz pieces performed by John Zorn and selected by the American guitarist and music critic Eugene Chadbourne. Originally released in 1998 to accompany the book release Sonora: John Zorn, the album is presented here for the first time in an exclusive release in limited edition on vinyl. This special issue includes the original book that features exclusive interviews, essays and photos about the artist’s entire oeuvre up to 1988.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Art History
Artistic practices in New York's alternative art spaces (1969-1985).

French edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents
A biographical essay which explores the origins and influences of Charlemagne Palestine, as well as themes related to his life and artistic practice—spirituality, music, performance, avant-gardism—together with an acute analysis of his main works. The study is followed by an interview with the artist, which provides a clever balance between personal anecdotes and reflection.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Performing & sound arts
New expanded edition of a major text by the American choreographer-dancer.

French edition
Bat / <o> future <o>
A collection of essays on art and literature—most of them unpublished in French—by the American poet, performance artist, and critic.

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Bruno
An erotic coloring artist's book juxtaposing scenes of intimacy and loneliness in the city at night.

English edition
Les presses du réel – Artists' Writings
A compilation of insightful, first-hand accounts of art making, art criticism, and exhibition organizing from the early-1970s to the present.

English edition
Even
Our computers' artistic taste, Anri Sala's show at New Museum, re-opening the Louvre after the Paris attacks, Neïl Beloufa on world domination and in-flight entertainment systems, the future of Brooklyn and the dangers of sawdust, Chantal Akerman's rent-controlled Manhattan, the curatorial skills of Brazil's tax police, reviews from New York, Oslo, and Warsaw, a portfolio by Mathieu K. Abonnenc...

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Even
Brazil's artists face multifront crisis, Jordan Wolfson's distressing robot ballet, official repression and crowd-sourced censorship against Istanbul's galleries and artists, interviews with Kaari Upson and Ian Cheng, Malick Sidibé's Bamako nights, Beyoncé's Swiss inheritance, architecture's charity cases, where not to eat in Paris, reviews from Boston, London, Los Angeles, and New York, and a portfolio by Pilar Mata Dupont…

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Artforum
Special section “The New Look: Art and Fashion Photography” featuring Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Heji Shin, Petra Collins, Laurie Simmons, among others, Summer 2016 Previews of 45 shows worldwide, Jonathan Rosenbaum on Jacques Rivette, Rhea Anastasia at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, A Cinema of Resistance: Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Hulet, Brian Dillon on Yan Xing, plus exhibition reviews from New York, Chicago, Cologne, Warsaw, Auckland, Sao Paolo, and more.

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Artforum
Tony Oursler and Greil Marcus on David Bowie, Jackson Pollock's late work, the Met Breuer, Cameron Rowland, an exclusive portfolio from Rosemarie Castoro, plus Magali Reus's Top Ten, the band Porches, and exhibition reviews from New York, Berlin, Lisbon, Milan, Prague, Athens, Delhi, Mexico City, and more.

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Artforum
Richard Serra, Mary Heilmann and Terry Winters on Ellsworth Kelly, Thomas Eggerer on Monika Baer, Douglas Crimp talks with Thomas Beard about “Queer Cinema before Stonewall,” Maggie Lee on her video Mommy, sex and art from Fragonard to Manet, Claire Bishop on Peter Fischli & David Weiss, and exhibition reviews from Los Angeles, London, Düsseldorf, Paris, Beirut, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, and more.

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Artforum
Art and Identity Special Summer (triple) issue.

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Artforum
Fall 2016 exhibition previews, featuring 45 noteworthy shows worldwide. Plus, Kerry James Marshall on Marvel's Black Panther, Alan Licht on Martin Creed's “The Back Door,” the art of Willem de Rooij, Amy Taubin on the art of Bruce Conner, a special dispatch on art in Dakar, Jill Magid discusses her new work, and Hannah Black reviews the 9th Berlin Biennale…

English edition
Bomb
35 year anniversary issue featuring interviews with Ryan Trecartin, Shezad Dawood, Sadie Benning, Wendy Ewald, Trevor Paglen & Jacob Appelbaum, Ivan Vladislavić, Álvaro Enrigue, Christopher Sorrentino, Vijay Iyer, Yorgos Lanthimos, artists on artists' section with Naufus Ramírez Figueroa by Regina José Galindo and Anna K.E. by Corrine Fitzpatrick, literary fictions by Alexander Kluge and Gerhard Richter, Kate Zambreno, Domenick Ammirati, poetry by Joan Retallack, John Ashbery, Eugene Ostashevsky, Daniel Poppick, exhibitions and books' reviews...

English edition
Bomb
Bomb's Summer Issue: interviews with Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, Wadada Leo Smith, Dmitry Krymov, Patricia Treib, Lee Clay Johnson, Jesse Ball & Catherine Lacey, Jason Simon, Vince Staples, “artists on artists” section with Frederick Terna by Stephen Westfall, Brandan “Bmike” Odums by Zachary Lazar, Rebecca Smith by John Newman, David Brody by Elliott Green, portfolio by Steel Stillman, fiction and poetry, exhibitions and books' reviews…

English edition
Bomb
Interviews with Sarah Oppenheimer, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Jen Bervin and Dianna Frid, Mel Chin, Marina Rosenfeld, Okwui Okpokwasili, Nell Zink, Laia Jufresa, “Artists on Artists” section with Audra Wolowiec by Emmalea Russo, James Esber by David Geers, Laura Owens by Claudia La Rocco, fiction and poetry, portfolio by Olga Chernysheva, books' reviews, end page by Jonathan Horowitz...

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Artists' books & editions
The artist's own archive of phantasmagoria: a unique collection of objects and ephemera relating to magic, the paranormal, occultism, pseudoscience, technology as well as their cultural and media portrayals (new edition).

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Retrospective monographs
Retrospective monograph on all Beckman's video works since the 1970s.

English edition
JRP|Ringier – First monographs
First monograph dedicated to Virginia Overton, whose minimalist sculptural practice emergeas a direct response to her physical presence in the exhibition space.

English edition
Nieves
A collection of 70 penis drawings inspired by the borough of Manhattan. Made in one day in 1978, this early work forms a singular, ecclectic and playful guided tour of the city—including drawings and series such as Phallic buildings form 7th Ave., Drawing Penises in front of Tiffanys, Penis with doors – Carnegie music hall, The best place to draw penises, Self portrait at home

English edition
Sternberg Press – History, Criticism and Theory
The eighth volume of the Critical Spatial Practice series focuses on Jill Magid's “The Barragán Archives,” a multiyear project that examines the legacy of Pritzker Prize—winning architect Luis Barragán (1902-1988), and questions forms of power, public access, and copyright that construct artistic legacy.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
Through archival research, this first monographic publication focuses on Ukeles's work ballets—a series of seven grand-scale collaborative performances involving workers, trucks, barges, and hundreds of tons of recyclables and steel—which took place between 1983 and 2012 in New York, Pittsburgh, Givors, Rotterdam, and Tokamachi.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
New monograph: Josephine Meckseper's work exposes the paradoxes of consumer culture through the combination of mass-produced objects with images and artefacts of historical and political events.

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
First major publication to contextualize feminist artist Bernstein's vast oeuvre within the history of art, feminism, and the American socio-political climate of the late-20th century.

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